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Discussion in 'Standard Guitars' started by vilk, Aug 7, 2015.
When weight relief goes too far
^ I don't hate it. I don't like it, but I don't hate it.
I like it minus the two holes between the pickups.
Add a pickguard to hide them.
Another one from the local buy and sell...
"Welp, at one point this was an epiphone SG from one of those starter packs from the 2000s, but now it's a red abomination that bears Rotten Ronnie's face. Body has been cut out and the headstock cut into French fries. Painted everywhere but the fret board in glorious spray paint. I'm Lovin' It."
Cool, a guitar with built in pedal board!
for you guys that love pedals but hate neck dive?
I think it's a statement of guitar players hiding their skill behind fx.
Might make a good acoustic djent guitar
It's a hell of a lot better than that backwards flying v that came out not that long before it.
Ok that first one (explorer?) is simply awesome, other than the lame headstock. I'd pass on the others though.
All of those were dreadful. Then again, I want Akira Takasaki's red star guitar from Crazy Nights, so what do I know?
I like the looks of this last SG. It looks super fun to play with, a cheerful guitar...
sorry but I can't make a decision here -
- is this a girl with a small breast or is it a boy with a big breast?
...why doea it have to matter so much?
As Alan Partridge would ask, does that mean there will be neck dive or there won't be neck dive?
Maybe it's actually a normal sized guitar with a 70 cm tall girl
Let it sink....
Am I the only one who is most bothered by the Split Diamond not being to scale?